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How do you occupy space?

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You're asking how is matter....matter?

..Pft. Good luck with that.
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  • william d by william d
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    put stuff in it
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  • Abhay K by Abhay K
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    Another of those 'universe' questions. There is really no physical guess to whats 'beyond' the universe. Space and time are concepts that started right after the 'Big Bang'.

    Our physics laws cease to hold good beyond our event horizon. As such various physicists have put different theories about the universe. Some say that the universe is expanding at an accelerated rate some say it has a finite boundary. Some say that the universe is a constant and the expansion is only an observation.

    In terms of human reality, THERE IS NO SPACE that we can ever observe. There is something everywhere. If its not matter its energy or matter or anti-matter.

    So since there is nothing like true space we really can't occupy it.
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  • particlebored by particle...
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    You can occupy a certain amount of space by putting stuff in it, but did you know that the world is actually 99 percent empty? Everything is made of particles, but the space between the particles is just emptiness.
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